As a parent, I have learned that breaks from school can be a great time to reinforce goals and concepts already learned as well as work on some things my child currently struggles with. Of course, if your kids are anything like mine, the second you mention the word “ho...

Almost all toddlers will go through a phase where their speech is not smooth and would be considered dysfluent. This usually occurs when children are in a language acquisition phase. Putting together longer sentences,  gaining new vocabulary, and learning how to partic...

 

 

Many people may not consider the importance that their tongue has when it comes to speech but it plays a major role in proper pronunciation and sound development.

 

As babies we all swallowed with a reverse pattern, pushing the tongue tip forward as opposed to keeping...

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